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Film camera icon included on all motion picture stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Film camera icon included on all motion picture stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

This list of actors with Hollywood Walk of Fame motion picture stars includes all actors who have been inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of motion pictures. This list does not include any non-acting professionals with motion picture stars, nor does it include any directors or producers with acting credits that are minor when compared to their directing and producing credits. This list also excludes all actors with television or live theatre stars on the Walk of Fame, as well as all animal actors and fictional characters.

The star locations and the years of the induction ceremonies are available on the official Hollywood Walk of Fame website maintained by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. [2] The years of birth and death are available in the biographical articles on the Los Angeles Times Hollywood Star Walk website, [10] with more accurate birth years from government records—such as birth certificates, census and military records—for some actors via their Wikipedia article sources.

Statistics


A total of 895 actors appear in the list—492 males and 403 females.

The youngest living male in the list is Daniel Radcliffe while the youngest living female is Scarlett Johansson. The oldest living female is Olivia de Havilland and the oldest living male is Kirk Douglas. The youngest at induction is Patty McCormack at 15 years of age, while Bobby Driscoll was the youngest male actor, inducted at 23 years of age. The oldest at induction were Yakima Canutt, Gloria Stuart, and Gina Lollobrigida, all at 90 years of age. The average age at induction is about 54, with males averaging about 57 and females averaging about 51. Posthumously-awarded stars are not included in the average calculations.

Since the initial star installations of 1958–60 when 660 film actors received stars—165 being posthumously inducted—there have been 15 additional posthumous stars awarded to film actors: Paul Robeson in 1978, Dorothy Dandridge in 1983, Philip Ahn and Eleanor Powell in 1984, Smiley Burnette and Steve McQueen in 1986, Natalie Wood in 1987, Bruce Lee in 1993, Cleavon Little and George McFarland in 1994, John Belushi in 2004, Chris Farley in 2005, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez in 2008, Richard Burton in 2013, and Toshiro Mifune in 2016.

As of 2018, more than 2,600 stars are on the Hollywood Walk of Fame among all five categories: motion pictures, television, recording, radio and live performance.

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four actors— Alice Calhoun, [23] Patty McCormack, [5] Henry O'Neill [13] and Helen Twelvetrees [21] —have no induction year specified on the official site, while Joyce Compton is missing a profile page on the official website, [3] though she appears on the Los Angeles Times website; [8] in all those cases, the year is presumed to be 1960 which was the year of the initial placement of 1,558 stars. [2]

only acting awards are considered in this list; Academy Award information is available on the official Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences database website via dynamically-generated lists. [2]

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